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6 MELVIN JOHNSON, Inc., PubliaherB Saturday Morning, November 19, 1938 'IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL S UNDAY B CHOOL Lesson By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. Dean af The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. O Western Newspaper Union. Lesson for November 20 THE SACREDNESS OF THE HOME LESSON TEXT--Exodus 20:H; Matlliew 8:27. 28: Mark 10:2-16. GOLDEN TEXT--Keep thyself p u r e -- I Timothy 5:22. Lesson subjects and ScrlptMre texts se- leeted and copyrighted by International Council of Religious Education; used by permission. The importance of the home as the divinely appointed center of all " human life has always made it a special target of Satan. That onslaught of the power of hell is apparently redoubled in our day. Books, plays, movies, magazines, all contribute their filthy efforts to break down all sense of moral responsibility. Sex is magnified, and not in any useful or normal sense, but rather for the stimulating of unholy desires and purposes, the breaking down of Christian standards of living and the ultimate prostitution of the most sacred of all human relationships- to a level of which animals might well be ashamed. The lesson of today should be taught with care and tact, but also with a holy boldness and a plainness that will make it effective for God and for our homes. We begin with a word which is littre spoken, while far too often the sin for which it stands is practiced and tolerated. 1. Adultery -- a Grievous Sin (Exod. 20:14; Matt. 5:27, 28). First, let us note that any violation of the divine plan for the marriage of one man and one woman, in loving communion for the found- Ing and maintenance of the home, is a direct violation of the law of God. It is also a violation of the law of man. It brings serious results in the destruction of the home, and in the ruin of individual life-physical, moral, and spiritual. The words of Jesus broaden the interpretation of the commandment to cover all sexual impurity in thought, word, or deed. While we recognize that the outward act of immorality carries with it consequences both in the life of the individual and those with and against whom he sins, which do not follow upon the thought of evil without the · act, yet it is true that essentially he is guilty who had it in his heart to do the wicked thing even though a sense of prudence or circumstances hindered its execution. We need clean hearts and minds if there are to be clean lives. n. Marriage--a Divine Institution (Mark 10:6-8). As the proper background for a discussion of divorce our Lord makes clear that'marriage was ordained by God, and that it involves a holy union of two individuals which makes them one. All those who look · forward to marriage should realize that it is not a casual thing, or a merely temporary legal contract. It is a union for life--be it for better or worse, in sickness or health, in prosperity or adversity. All who are married should therefore highly regard their sacred vows. III. Divorce Limited and Remarriage Forbidden (Mark 10:2-4, 1012). This passage, and other scriptures, teach that divorce is not permitted except on the ground of adultery (Matt. 5:32), and that any remarriage involves the parties in the guilt of adultery. "Aware as we are of the laxness of some branches of the church in such matters, and the almost entire lack of standards in the world, we cannot but present the plain teachings of our Lord and urge every reader to follow the commandment of God's Word. There can be no question that divorce is a major evil in our day. The writer has been astonished to find one family after another in his own respectable neighborhood where the children bear one name and their mothers another, or there are two "sets" of children in one family with different surnames because of divorce and remarriage. In some cases he knows of the fathers of children coming to see their - offspring at the home of the second husband. What utter confusion such situations must create in the minds and hearts of the boys and girls I IV. Children--the Gift of God to the Home (Mark 10:13-16). How relieved we are to leave the consideration of such sordid, even though vitally important, matters as moral impurity and divorce, and turn to the beautiful picture of Christ blessing the little children. It would appear that Jesus desired to turn the thought of His hearers from the negative "thou shalt not" to the positive solution of the home problem. Children make the home. They are God's benediction upon the marriage of man and woman. Sad and disillusioned will be the men and women who make themselves childless, hoping thus for more comfort and pleasure. The road to happiness does not go that way. The soft and tender baby hand has led many a couple to full happiness, and the joy of watching our children grow into manhood and womanhood cannot be evaluated in the mint of gold or earthly pleasures. Answer To Last Week's Cross Word Puzzle MU I T8MP|L|AfT[E| liJaTl QI3H BIG TOP Ifcc doctors test rcvciis mat pepper rwd been put in Hie water tnc elephant squirted at Bragg. By fcU WHEELAN SHBli EI131 SEEM £33 aniHE DDE R|D| AIL PI] TWIT \AJHV, CLIP" TWESE SPECKS T FOUNO IM YOUR EVE HO S ARE fcXHDENTLV TINV E»1TS BLACK PEPPER PEPPER ?!'! · ER EXCUSE GUESS AH'LL BE COIN' . UNDER HER ACT KNOWN AS " TWE ALTAHAD STARTtD OPER AND THE COPPER " . O F n n k Jay M.irnoy snllcnlc. Inc. /AV.TA SEEMS TO BE ' EMAVIN' HERSELF FAR· THANK HEAVENS FOR THAT/FLIP*1 THINK VJHEM . ARRESTS AND LEAPS Off- EMEP'rTPINC BE ALL RIGHT! 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CHRISTMAS SEALS =F HCftLTH I GRCCTinCS New Yotk . . . Telephone service from the United States, Canada, Cuba anil Mexico to the S. S. "Nieuw Amsterdam," new flagship of the Hoi- hind-American line, was inaugurated recently. The rate for a three-minute e^ll between the ship and points in noil'icastern United States is $9.00 while she la in the western half of the Atlantic and ?18.00 in the eastern hrtf. For calls involving points beyond this area there are additional char, r ;rs depending upon the distance. This installation aboard the "Nieuw Amsterdam" now makes it possible for people in the United States to hold telephone conversations with twenty- three transoccan liners. » « * Rome, Italy . . . The work of laying tlie telephone csble between Sicily and Tripoli, which will be the longest submarine telephone cable in the world, has bo;run. This cable will be 380 nautical milc;- in length. The longest r'ibmarinc telephone cable now in use n tl'st Iislvccn Australia and Taa- mnnia. · * * * Xew York ... The highest telephone rbovj the surracc of the earth is in- si-llrl in the Empire State Building in New York City. The instrument h a public telephone, and is located in the lowor observatory on the eighty- si\lh floor, at the 1,000 foot level, 250 fcrt r.Jov tiis top of the building. The height of this telephone is approxi- mCk.ly ths same as that on the top of the Eiffel Tower in Pnris, which for nozt; t';an forty years he'd the record for being the world's highest structure. * · * Dublin, Ireland . . . The extension of telephone service in Ireland continued ?t nn accelerated rate during 1037. The number of telephones in the Free State area at the end of 1937 was i-ntimatcd at 39,COO, an increase of 2.509 for the yccr. The largest increase in the rumbsr of subscribers' lines was in the Drblin area, but there was also a ntcr.dy incrcr.se throughout the country. Local calls increased by about 2,500,000 and lone dintance call? by about 500,000. * * * San Francisco . . . In the latest edition of the San Francisco, Calif., telephone director;; of the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company is a new prefix, 'Tni.- G-ound," commemorating the Gc''!cn Gate exposition to be opened in !'·-' -' l v next year. N.OT 1C E I wish to express to. my friends throughout Caroline County my sincere appreciation for the splendid suppoit given me on November 8th. W. EDMOND NEAL ffefp to P r o t e c t Your Home from Tuberculosis A Pie That Pleases! By BEULAH V. GILL ASP IE Director, Sealteat Laboratory Kitchen N O T I C E To the VotciH of Caroline County: I wish to express my appreciation and thanks to every one who supported me in any way in t'ic recent Election of Nov. 8th. HARRY L. SULLIV-YN To The Voters^of Caroline County I want to express my sincere appreciation for ;-our loyal support in my election on Tuesday, November 8th. H. Roland Towers TtrHEN you place this delicious ·» sea-food pie before tho fam'ly, you can be sure there'll be many .in "ah-h" and "oh-h"! And, probably requests for seconds ! For the succulent oysters and salt cod Hah covered with flaky crust, make a incnl that IB memorable. .OYSTER AND CODFISH P I E 4 tablespoons flour l'/i cups milk Salt and pepper Pastry NFWSPAPFR! 1 pound flaked salt codfish 1% dozen small oysteiB S tablespoons (butter I Soak the codfish In cold water, drain, add fresh, "water and cook over I low fcoat until tender. Cook the oy- ·ten la ttaejr own liquid over low heat until the edges curl. Drain and reserve the liquid. "Melt the butter in a double boiler, add tho flour and mix well. Add the milk and ] /3 cup of tho oystor liquid gradually and cook, stirring constantly until thtck- cncd. Add tho oysters and drained codfish, season with salt and peppe? to taste and reheat. Roll out pastry, cut out a largo round about thu :Izc of a shallow oval baking dish rnd place on a cooky sheet. Cut Cscp scallops around tho edge and r;ashe3 In tho center. Brush with milk or cream and bake In a very hot oven (450° F.) for about 10 mlnutcg or until golden brown. Four the creamed codfish and oysters In the shallow baking: dish, and cover with tho baked crust. Serves filx. Bank Notice. The DENTON NATIONAL BANK, Donton, Md., November 18, 1938. This bank will he closed Thuradayv November 24, .1938--Tlmnksgivin? Day--it being a legal holiday. All paper payable here and maturing on thnt dny may be paid on the following banking day. I. R. FLEETWOOD, Cashier.. Bank Notice. The PEOPLES BANK, Denton, Md., November 18, 1938. This bunk will be closed Thun-day, November 24, 1938--Thanksgiving Dny--it being a legal holiday. A l l p t i p e r payable here and maturing on that day mny be paid on the following banking day. E. THEODORE ORME, Cashier. Capetown, S-Xh Africa . . . The drmond for tc!" 1 )! o.'-s in Capetown hcg been inci\;- "- steadily since the introduction of t!u automatic system in 1934. In I'm r "St twelve months 2.000 lines havs !:c-n added to the ex- cJmnre, nnl t h r r a are now more than 30,000 tclcphe-i s in the peninsula. Willinmsburg t wn Island, Va , . . Historic James- scat of the first per manent Enslizli LcUlemcnt in Amor ica is sscii to have telephone service A I:na will be laid underground from WilliamsLui-^ to the shrine for use o: the National Park Service and the As sedation for the Preservation ol Antiquities. * * * Boston . . . BcfoL-3 there was a tele phone there was a telephone laboratory. In a corner of :i Boston work shop Alexander Gi'diain Bell cairiec on his rcseaiches. Today the Bel Telephone Laboratories, the outgrowth of the early woikshop, is a great fatitulion, employing 4,200 persons about 2,000 of whom ate men highl trained and experienced in science ant engineering. The activities of the laboratories include all the engineering arts which pevtain to electrical communication or to the composition and construction of communication equipment, RS well cs all the sciences basic to those arts. The organization is also rcsponsiblle for techniques of test and inspection which follow itf designs thiough installation. manufacture one Pacers and Trotters The name "pacer" is applied to class of horses that are character ized by the ability to pace. The; do not constitute a separate and dis tinct breed, but the American Stand ardbred trotting horse breed is th most potent source of pacers. Ac cording to the "Cyclopedia of Amer ican Agriculture," by Bailey, there was an opinion some years ago tha a special type was evolving amon pacers, because many old time pac ers were steep in the hindquarters had crooked hocks and pitched for ward. However, time has demon strated with the pacer as well as the trotter, that symmetry and gracefu lines and style in action or repose are not opposed to speed. To b registered as a Standardised pacer a horse must meet certain stand ards, set by the American Trotting Register association. First Baseball Uules Baseball is said to have become nn official game when the Knicker bocker club of New York was found ed in 1845 and drew up a code o rules.' Gun Invention Far-Reachlng A soldier's invention to eliminate triggers on guns developed the idea of improving the accuracy of rifle find DiFtol fire Our Business Has Been Built On Prompt And Courteoui SERVICE Established Over 27 Years Funeral Directors Phone 126 Denton, Md L I Q U I D - T A B L t T S SALVt-I.OSE DRuPS relieves COLDS Fever and Headaches due to Colds Try "Uub-Mj-TisnT-a Wonderful Liniment DR. F. J. WRIGHT OPTOMETRIST Denton, Maryland Eyea Examined. 0:00 fti a. m. Glasses Furnished. HOURS: co 6:30 p. m. ERNEST G. mm General Insurance » The Oldest Established Agency On The Shore. DR. E. F. WITHERS OSTKOPATHIi: PHYSICIAN Phone 92 201 Franklin St., Denton, Md. Order Nisi STATE OF MARYLAND vs. THE GOLDSBORO BANK In The Circuit Court For Caroline County. In Equity. No. 2949 Chy. KELP SSSM DOCTORS The pictu.c abo/e is of the clinic for instructing- colored physieiar.j in tuberculosis diagnosis. The tuberculosis problem among Negroes is very important, as almost three times as many Negroes dies of tuberculosis as white people. The clinic is maintained by the Maryland Tuberculosis Association at Provident Hospitel in Baltimore. It is held semi-weekly. The purpose of the clinic is not to examine large numbers of patients, but to find those who have different types of infect-on and disease. This enables the doctors to gain wider experience in diagnosis. This clinic is made possible by the annual Christmas Seal sale that is now being conducted by the tuberculosis association. Thought Without Language Language in its broadest sense is any means of expressing thought, so that a dog which barks to attract attention or wags his tail'to show pleasure is putting his thought into language. There is a common saying that a thought may be too deep to be put into words. Infants who have not yet learned to talk have their own way of expressing their thoughts. In general it may be said that language is absolutely necessary for any depth of thought. Samuel Johnson said "Language is the dress of thought" and Carlyle said "Language is the flesh-garment, the body of thought." READ THE AD$ Along With the News For Sale A Pierce, Butler and Pierce hot water furnace. An oil buiner with clock thermostat. Both in perfect condition. Cheap. DR. FREDERICK N. NICHOLS, (11-12-tf) Dentori, Aid. For Sale i Fancy eating 'and cooking apples. Giimes Golden, Golden Delicious, Stayman and Rome Beauty. Priced reasonable. H. A. REINHOLD, (ll-5-?t) Dcmton, Md. Chickens For Sale Frying and roasting chickens, also 25 White Leghorn pullets. SEESE HOLSINGER, Campground Road, Denton. For Sale CO acres woodland near Honilerson, Caroline County. Md. Estimated 1000 cord of wood. Write S. E. FLICK, Rock Hall, Md. PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE POULTRY EQUIPMENT Having no f u i t h e r USL- for the following pmKonal property, thu undersigned will sell same at public sale where lie now reside,, on the Eglantine Poultiy Farm, Bojce Mill Hond, Greensboro, Md., on Friday, November 25, commencing at 1 o'clock p. in., lain 01 193S One electric incubator, Lower, No. 10, faeiial No. 171, capacity 10,000 eggs. In excellent condition, produce! 1 inuiij 80 per cent hutches la-t season One 5400 egg capacity Newtown sectional incubator, upper deck sec tions, excellent turkey egg hatcher. One 3000 egg capacity Newtown sectional incubator, stored in sections One Hayes Sprayer with pump am' Fan-banks 2-horse engine. Electric water sy-tcm complete with Duro pump, electric motor, 100 gallon pleasure tank, and automatic ^tailing switch. Westingiouse electric motor, 5-horse single phase, complete with Cutler Hummer Starting \\itch and M u i t a y Safety Switch This inotiii i practically new. \'l portable range houses, capacit\ 125 chickens. Fail banks platform scales, capacity 500 pounds. Oliver 2-horse plow. Lot leather engine belts, set twc horse reins, hor e collar, roll hart wiie, grindstone, oil drum with spick- et, hand corn planter, egg scales, lot main and mixing shovels, lot tools axe, two automatic drinking devices lot fi-foot mash hoppen- for younp ?iiicks, lot gallon water fountains, lot witter and feed buckets, lot 10-fooi m.T-h hoppers for old hons, fire extinguisher, Gerrard wiling machine with roll wire, Anderson chick boy stapler, lot ne-ts, office chair, librar\ table, odd pieces furniture, dishes etc., two coal stoves, check writer and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE Cash. LEWIS M. CROSS, Owner A. J. Dhue, Auctioneer Annapolis - Matapeake Romancoke - Claiborne Ferries FALL WINTER SCHEDULE- 1938 Effective September 20, 1938 DAILY AND SUNDAY {Eastern Standard Time) BETWEEN ANNAPOLIS AND MATAPEAKE Leave Anaapslis 7:25 a.m *8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 12:00 noon 1:00 p.m. c2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. *5:00 p.m. 0:00 p. m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p. m. Leave Matapeake 7:25 a.m. 8:OQ a.m. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. *11:00 a.m. 12:00 noon 1:00 p. m. 2:00 p.m. c3:00 p.m. 4:00 p. m 5:00 p.m. C:00 p.m. 7:00 p. m. *8:00 p.m. PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY and REAL ESTATE Haying 1 decided to discontinue farming we will sell at public sale in the faun where we now reside, :nown as the Clinton Williamson r arm, about 2 miles north of Concord, Md., on Wednesday, November 30, 1938, at 1 o'clock p. m. sharp, rain or shine, the following personal property: Twenty Plymouth Reirk hens, blood tested; 35 pullets, 5 months old; 7 roa-ters, 4 bronze turkeys, all hou«e- hold furniture, consisting of be«!s, springs, mattre=si-s, feather beds, pillows, spread?, blanket , quilts. 1 International inner-spring mattrc s, nearly new; bureaus, wash stands, bookcase and desk combined, library table, stands, chairs, 1 Morris chair, rocking chairs, porch chairs, 1 r tudio couch and ovcstuffed ensy chair, n'nr- ly new; sewing machine. 1 Alladin lamp, 1 Rayo lamp, several glass lamps, mirrors, set -tove, oil stove, kitchen range, 1 dinner set for six, extension table, sWe board, refrigerator, linoleum, carpet. 80 quarts canned fruit, vegetables, 'preserves and jellies, cooking utcn-ils, glassware, dishes, stone jars, lot of glass jars and gallon jugs, copper wash boiler and 1 clothes wringer. IMPLEMENTS 2-row plant duster, 1 "Old Trusty" brooder, 240 Ib platform scales, grind stone, block and fall, grass seeder, spray pump, rome carpenter tools, cro- s cut saw, wedges and iron maul, corn shellcr, one hole; scoop shovel, fodder sled, 24 white oak sawed posti--, well seasoned, never used; 1 1-horsc plow, 1 1-horsc cultivator, 1 dear- born, 1 cream separator, Do Laval (Xo. 12); 1 bramble scythe, 1 post drill, 1 ehop vise, spades, shovels, forks, hoes, rakes, 1 carpenter bench, 10 foot long, well built; 1 iron wheel wagon, with tomato rack and regular box; a lot of turkey coops, 1 Planet Jr. garden plow, 1 12 foot ladder, 235 feet poultry wire, 24 in.; some potatoes, seasoned stove wood, 2 pair of harness hame;, with c^iain traces. REAL ESTATE At the same time and place we will also offer for sale our farm, consisting of 32 acres. 26 acres are clear and 6 acres of woodland. All buildings in fair repair, which include G-room house, barn, chicken hou-o and other necessary outbuildings. There is a small mortgage that can be retained on same if desired. This farm is well located and very suitable for truck and poultry. Half interest in 12 acres of rye will go with the farm. TERMS: Cash S. A. LINN and WIFE, Owners. .1. L. Stevens, Auct. Order Nisi ·Denotes bus connections via Matapeake, Romancokc and Claiborne. (e) Denotes bus connections vie Matapcakc only. AND BETWEEN ROMANCOKE CLAIBORNE Leave Romancoke Leave Claiborne **9:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. **10:00 a. m. 2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. .3:00 p.m. **G:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. »*7:00 p.m. NOTE: "Denotes pedestrians will be transported by motor coach between Matapcakc and Romaneokc and Romancoke and Slatnpeake on these trips only. THE CLAIBORNE-ANNAPOLIS FERRY COMPANY, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND For Sale Or Rent House on Market Street Extended, six rooms anil bath. Reasonable. Apply Thcis Motor Company Office. (11-12-31) For Rent All my farm buildings, consisting of G-room house, barn, corn crib, hop and hen houses, garden, meadow and 2 acres for truck patch. For rent in 939. This farm is within 2 miles of Ridgely, Md. Farm land and woods reserved. My automobile is foi I WILL SIT FOR THE PURPOSE OF COLLECTING TAXES on the following days and dates between the hours stated. Federalsborg, Saturday, NoYmber 5tb 1 p. m. till 4 p. m., Covey Williams' Store. American Corner, Thursday, KOT. lOtb 1 p. m. till 4 p. m., Sartain's Store. Greensboro, Saturday, Member 12th 1 p. m. till 4 p. m., Fire House. Rldgely, Thursday, floyember 17tb 1 p. m. till 4 p. m., Mitchell's Store. Preston, Saturday, Ko?ember 19th 1 p. m. till 4 p. m., Covey's Store. Hillsboro, Wednesday, Ho?ember 23rd 1 p. m. till 4 p. m., Thompson's Hardware Store. WESLEY E. THAWLEY, Assignee vs. C. CLARENCE DEEN and EMMA F. DEEN, his wife In the Circuit Court For Caroline County. In Equity. No. 3505 Chy. Ordered, this 27th day of October 1938, that -the Sale of the property mentioned in these proceedings, made and reported by WESLEY E. THAWLEY, Assignee be ratified and confirmed unless cause o the contrary thereof be shown on or before the 29th day of December lext, provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Caroline County, nce in each of four successive weeks, before the 28th day of November next. The report states the amount of sales to be $10,000.00. T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. True Copy--Test:-T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. NOTICE TO CREDITORS This is to give notice that the subscriber, of Caroline county, has obtained from the Orphans' Court for Caroline county, in Maryland, lettens of administration on the personal estate of IDA M. THOMAS late of Caroline county, deceased. All persons having claims against the said deceased are warned to exhibit the same to the subscriber, with the vouchers thereof legally authenti- ?ated, on or before the 12th day of May, 1939, or they may otherwise, by law, be excluded from all benefit jf eaid estate. All persons owing this estate are required to make prompt settlement. Given under my hand this 7th day of November, 1938. ROLAND THOMAS, Administrator. Henderson, Saturday, Nofember 26tb till 4 p. m., J. C. Melvin's ale. Apply to DR. R. HACKETT, Churchville, Md. 1 p. m. Store. This office 'will be closed at 12 o'clock noon on the above dates SHERMAN L. TRIBBITT, Treasurer of Caroline County. Housekeeper Wanted Middle aged woman with one child 'anted by lone widower to keep ouse in small country place. Perma- cnt home. Write-JOHN PARKER, (ll-19-2t) Route 1, Newark, Del. Ordered this 10th day of November 1938, that the sale of the property mentioned in these proceedings, made and reported by WARREN F. STERLING, Receiver of the Goldsboro Bank be ratified and confirmed unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown on or before the 12th day of January next; provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Caroline County once n each of four successive weeks bc- ore the 12th day of December, next. The report states the amount of sales to be $1,050.00. Good yellow T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clork. pr j ce s paid True Copy--Test: | 0. A. NEWTON SON CO.. T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. (7-9-tf) Phone 2651 Bridgeville, Del Malt- Wanted Men to cut laps on shares, rat dog pups for sale. · J. E. EMERSON, (11-19-lt) Near American Corner. corn. Higher cash Auditor's Notice WESLEY E. THAWLEY, Assignee vs. FRED B. PICKERING and NELLIE W. PICKERING, his wife In the Circuit Court For Caroline County. In Equity. No. 3483 Chy. Upon an order paused in the above entitled cause on the 10th day of November, 1938, by the Circuit Court for Caroline County in Equity, thest proceedings were referred to the Auditor of this Court, and I, as Auditor of the Circuit Court for Caroline County, hereby give notice this llth day of November, 1938, to all judgment creditors, Honors, assignees, or persona claiming an interest in ttu equity of redemption in the above entitled case, to file their claims with the vouchers thereof duly authenticated with me on or before the 14th day of January, 1939. WILLIAM J. RICHARDS, Auditor. Notice To Creditors This is to give notice that the subscriber of Caroline county, has obtained from the Orphans' Court for Caroline county, in Maryland, letters of administration on the personal estate of SAMUEL D. TASSLER late of Caroline county, deceased. All persons having claims against the said deceased are warned to exhibit the same to the subscriber with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated on or before the 12th day of May 1939, or they may otherwise, by law, ^be excluded from all benefit? of said estate. All persons owing this estate are required to make prompt settlement. Given under my hand this 9th day of November, 1938. LULA TASSLER, Administratrix. Subscribe for the Journal Notice To Creditors This is to give notice that the subscriber, of Caroline County, has obtained from The Orphans' Court for Caroline County, in Maryland, letters of administration on the personal estate of TILGHMAN HARRIS late of Caroline county, deceased. All persona having claims against the said deceased are warned to exhibit the same to the subscriber with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated, on or before the 19th day of May 1939, or they may otherwise, by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All persons owing this estate are required to make prompt settlement Given under my hand this 15th day of November, 1938. EMMA FLORENCE HARRIS, Administratrix.

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